Automation and Robotics in Global Water and Wastewater Treatment Markets, Forecast to 2020

Automation and Robotics in Global Water and Wastewater Treatment Markets, Forecast to 2020

Next-Gen Automation Systems and Water-Bots to be Bedrock of Sustainable Wastewater Treatment Techniques

RELEASE DATE
04-May-2016
REGION
North America
Research Code: 9AAC-00-2D-00-00
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In North America alone, it has been estimated that nearly 21% of tap water is being wasted or lost during distribution year-on-year, chiefly as a result of lack of efficiency. Moreover, it has been estimated that global water consumption will increase nearly twofold in the next 7 years until 2023 and there is an urgent need for alternative water management techniques and methods that are both sustainable and efficient.
The convergence of automation and robotics with the water and wastewater industry is chiefly driven by the need for perfect accuracy and low costs while managing and treating wastewater. The key factors that are urging water utilities to resort to robotics and automation include hazardous conditions of operations, high wastage levels and costs, and high probabilities of human errors and accidents. The research service analyzes this trend for the period 2016-2020 and provides key insights about how the water and wastewater industry is evolving and what impact this trend will have on the process equipment market.

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Key Findings

Research Scope and Objective

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Key Challenges in Conventional Water Infrastructure

Robots and Automation Crossing Over Into Water and Wastewater

Growing Attractiveness of Pipeline Inspection Augments Wastewater Treatment Techniques

The Rise of BactoBots: New Technology Converts Sewage into Electricity, Water, and Biogas

Significance of Convergence of Automation and Robotics with Water and Wastewater Industry on the Pumps Market

Impact of the Convergence of Automation and Robotics with Water and Wastewater Industry on the Pumps Market

Impact of the Convergence of Automation and Robotics with Water and Wastewater Industry on the Pumps Market (continued)

Impact on Processing Equipment – Pumps and Systems (continued)

The Last Word

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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In North America alone, it has been estimated that nearly 21% of tap water is being wasted or lost during distribution year-on-year, chiefly as a result of lack of efficiency. Moreover, it has been estimated that global water consumption will increase nearly twofold in the next 7 years until 2023 and there is an urgent need for alternative water management techniques and methods that are both sustainable and efficient. The convergence of automation and robotics with the water and wastewater industry is chiefly driven by the need for perfect accuracy and low costs while managing and treating wastewater. The key factors that are urging water utilities to resort to robotics and automation include hazardous conditions of operations, high wastage levels and costs, and high probabilities of human errors and accidents. The research service analyzes this trend for the period 2016-2020 and provides key insights about how the water and wastewater industry is evolving and what impact this trend will have on the process equipment market.
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Author Shilpa Mathur Ramachandran
Industries Industrial Automation
WIP Number 9AAC-00-2D-00-00
Keyword 1 Automation and Robotics
Keyword 2 Water and Wastewater Treatment
Keyword 3 convergence of automation and robotics
Is Prebook No